Re: [DML] Wings Aloft?
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Re: [DML] Wings Aloft?

Kermit - Zilla offered his LockZilla, which replaced the door lock 
module, and also had a "Remote Zilla" which added some remote keyless 
entry functionality to the Zilla box with a separate plug-in module.  
Zilla never got around to offering a remote door opening solution 
that was available for general purchase.  I don't believe that it 
will ever be produced, based on comments that I have heard.  Our 
complete Wings-A-Loft systems will work great with the LockZilla 
module, and our Wings-A-Loft Adapter system will work with the Remote 
Zilla to add remote door opening capability.  The Wings-A-Loft line 
has far greater functionality to start with, as well as greater 
expansion potential.  Zilla set a very good standard in this niche, 
but technology has moved on from there to a much higher level.  Feel 
free to email me directly if you have further questions on this 
topic.  Toby(at)

Toby Peterson  VIN 2248 "Winged1"
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Kermit Poling" <KPoling@...> wrote:
> A Question - with all of the recent discussion of the Wings-a-loft 
product, I've gotten to wondering if there isn't an opener that goes 
with the Lockzilla.  A PO installed this with the keyless remote.  
There is a website referring to the launcher, but it looks like it 
hasn't been updated in ages.  The Grady site doesn't list a 
launcher.  Anyone have any experience with this or will the Wings 
launcher work with Lockzilla?  Any advice is appreciated.
> Kermit P.
> #4547

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